MVC Web Applications

  • Mark J. Collins


In this chapter you will use ASP.NET MVC to create a feedback form that will demonstrate several of the new input types. I will first provide a brief introduction of the Model-view-controller (MVC) framework included with the .NET platform and then show you how to build an HTML5-based web page using MVC. The end result will be something similar to what you did in Chapter 2 but the implementation will be quite different. As you will see, the solution will rely heavily on the ability to extend the MVC framework to incorporate the new HTML5 features.


Feedback Form Range Control Visual Studio Model Metadata DataType Attribute 
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